[krak-uh l-wair] /ˈkræk əlˌwɛər/
ceramic having a glaze.
[krak-ling or for 2, 3, -luh n] /ˈkræk lɪŋ or for 2, 3, -lən/ noun 1. the making of slight cracking sounds rapidly repeated. 2. the crisp browned skin or rind of roast pork. 3. Usually, cracklings. Southern U.S. the crisp residue left when fat, especially hog or chicken fat, is rendered. [krak-uh l] /ˈkræk […]
[krak-lee] /ˈkræk li/ adjective, cracklier, crackliest. 1. apt to .
[krak-nl] /ˈkræk nl/ noun 1. a hard, brittle cake or biscuit. 2. cracknels, small bits of fat pork fried crisp. /ˈkræknəl/ noun 1. a type of hard plain biscuit 2. (often pl) (US & Canadian) crisply fried bits of fat pork
noun 1. the part of morning when light first appears in the sky. noun phrase First light; the start of sunrise (1923+) Very early morning, daybreak. For example, I got up at the crack of dawn. The crack in this term alludes either to the suddenness of sunrise or to the small wedge of light […]